Luxury hotel holiday Hotel Amadeus Krakow

The Hotel Amadeus in Krakow offers traditional character and comfortable rooms and suites. Enjoy the excellent location of the hotel which is just a short walk off the main square in Krakow and affords easy access to the Castle, Cathedral and other cultural and historical sights of the city. The Hotel Amadeus is a wonderful base from which to explore Krakow, either for a long weekend or as part of a longer luxury touring itinerary of Central and Eastern Europe.
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  • Accommodation in a double or twin room on bed and breakfast
  • Scheduled flights or rail travel from London back to London as option
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Luxury bespoke holidays and tours to Hotel Amadeus Krakow

The Hotel Amadeus is an elegant and charming four-star in an excellent location for exploring Krakow.

Facts in brief

Official star rating 4

Annual opening All year

Closest airport Krakow Airport

Distance from airport The hotel is 25-minutes' drive from Krakow Airport

Hotel facilities and services

Restaurant, café, bar, sauna, small fitness room, souvenir shop, parking and laundry service.

Complimentary

WiFi.

Out and about nearby

Situated just a short walk off the main square the hotel is in an excellent location at the foot of the Royal Castle, nearby the Cathedral and Kazimierz (Jewish Quarter) with its quirky galleries and shops.

Holiday price guide This hotel is included in our numerous tailor-made rail holidays and a stay here will be included as part of the touring holiday. However, if you want to book this hotel on its own with flights and transfers as a stand-alone city break, then please contact us for prices.

From about

Holiday Code EXH46198

Luxury bespoke holidays and tours to Hotel Amadeus Krakow

The four-star Hotel Amadeus is Krakow is a boutique hotel, decorated in a classical style, located near many of the cultural sites of Krakow. A small hotel, it has an intimate and charming appeal perfect for those looking for a comfortable base from which to explore the city. The rooms are spacious and decorated with white furniture and rich orange and pink soft furnishings, that appear warm and welcoming. All the rooms are well-appointed with rich fabrics and drapes that add elements of elegance and comfort. The hotel also boasts a restaurant and bar area that serves refined dishes and local specialities. Enjoy dining in the elegant room which combines white pillars and exposed stone walls to create a truly intimate and cosy dining experience. The sauna and small fitness room are also good additions to the hotel’s facilities. The Hotel Amadeus is a charming boutique hotel in central Krakow that offers character and comfort in equal measure.

Room descriptions

The Hotel Amadeus in Krakow has 20 rooms and suites including air conditioning, TV, safe, minibar and tea and coffee making facilities.

Double or Twin Room
Suite with terrace and seating area

Holiday price guide This hotel is included in our numerous tailor-made rail holidays and a stay here will be included as part of the touring holiday. However, if you want to book this hotel on its own with flights and transfers as a stand-alone city break, then please contact us for prices.

From about

Holiday Code EXH46198

Luxury bespoke holidays and tours to Hotel Amadeus Krakow

The journey and how you get there

For a holiday to Hotel Amadeus in Krakow, our clients usually arrive by train or air. By train, you arrive at Krakow Glowny station. The hotel is about 12 minutes on foot from the station, or 5 minutes by car. The airport, named John Paul II Krakow-Balice, is 11 km from the city centre. There is a train service from the airport to Krakow Glowny station. A taxi takes about 20 minutes. We can also arrange a private car transfer for you from the airport.

Holiday price guide This hotel is included in our numerous tailor-made rail holidays and a stay here will be included as part of the touring holiday. However, if you want to book this hotel on its own with flights and transfers as a stand-alone city break, then please contact us for prices.

From about

Holiday Code EXH46198

Luxury bespoke holidays and tours to Hotel Amadeus Krakow

About Poland

The history of Poland, as we know it today, began in the 10th century. Since then, the country has become a melting pot of key cultures, religions, and key moments in history, thanks in part to its many neighbours. There are stories, both ancient and modern, to be told in every corner, from the Tatras mountaintops, to the Masurian lakes and the Bialowieza Forest. The main cities are clusters of monuments, museums, synagogues under faithful restoration, and impressive buildings that reflect Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque, and Art Nouveau architecture. Outside these cities, Poland is a country of immense natural beauty. The sense of space, scale, and solitude is rivalled only by the likes of Switzerland. Flat plains are broken on the horizon by low, gentle mountains dotted with mediaeval ruins and Teutonic fortresses of red-brick. In the Carpathian Hills, picturesque wooden churches are found via winding hiking paths that then take you on into rich forest and past sublime rivers. In the north, lakes joined together by rivers and waterways make for fantastic canoeing trips for those prepared to make the excursion. The landscape lends itself to outdoor exploration and sports, while the cities bring you back to the layers of cultural history that ripple across Europe.The cuisine in Poland is best described as hearty, wholesome home-cooking. Popular local ingredients include pork, mushrooms, and beetroot, with regions specialising in duck, goose, and trout. Cosy restaurants in traditional buildings exist alongside fine-dining establishments, meaning there is something for every taste. It is, however, the bakeries, patisseries, and desserts that really stand out in Polish cuisine. You are never far from apple strudel, fruit-filled dumplings, and the ‘lody’ Polish ice cream.

Highlights of Poland

Outside of the main cities, Poland still has plenty to offer. One of the most popular sites is the Wieliczka Salt Mine, a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1978. The mine is comprised of underground tunnels and chambers and saline lakes. Religious chambers, where the natural stone walls are left exposed, are lit by chandeliers, giving them an ethereal feel. To see one of the castles of the Teutonic Knights, we would recommend the 14th century Malbork Castle, just south of Gdansk in the north. Its typically red walls, archways, and roofs are archetypal of the Teutonic style. Inside, you can view a huge collection of mediaeval artefacts, classical paintings, and a stunning amber collection.

Warsaw Highlights

Warsaw, Poland's capital, offers the best sense of energy of the larger cities. Colourful, tall buildings peer down on the Old Town Square, while the extensive use of bright red brick and red terracotta tiles adds a warmth that isn't often felt in other European capitals. The city almost met with its destruction at the end of the Second World War, but its survival meant the preservation of countless historical monuments that tell the story of the likes of Chopin as well as the tragedy of the Jewish communities. The Palace of Culture & Science is, as the name suggests, too formidable to be called a museum, while the Museum of the History of Polish Jews juxtaposes its intense, emotional exhibits with a sheer, modern exterior style that crops up every now and then elsewhere around the city. A must-see in Warsaw is the Royal Castle, a huge brick structure that almost seems too vast, once home to the Russian tsars and originally the wooden stronghold of the Dukes of Mazovia. The traditional, yet understated, exterior of the Chopin Museum, housed in the Ostrogski Palace, hides a multi-media, high-tech insight into the composer's life and works. Finish your exploration of the city with a wander through the amphitheatre, palace, and manicured lawns of the Lazienki Park. After dark, lively bars and restaurants keep the magic alive into the small hours.

Krakow Highlights

South of Warsaw is the mediaeval city of Krakow, still with its well-preserved Old Town and mediaeval walls. Krakow is known for its sensational architecture, captured by its spired churches, synagogues, and castles. Each street, even the quieter alleyways, have their own type of perfection, in their design and their atmosphere. The 13th century Rynek Glowny is Europe's largest market square. The character of the city really comes into its own in Kazimierz, the old Jewish Quarter, where you can find an abundance of quirky restaurants, bars, and boutique shops. The crowning glory of the city, however, is indisputably the Wawel Royal Castle. The castle has become a well-recognised symbol for the country's national identity, and now pays testament to this with its endless exhibits: the Crown Treasury, the Royal Private Apartments, and its Exhibition of Oriental Art. The highlight of this castle has to be wandering around its grounds, admiring the intricacy of each element of its design, the myriad domes, and its irregular form.

Gdansk Highlights

A port city on the Baltic Coast, Gdansk is a city that was partially reconstructed after the Second World War. It still hugs the shores of the river, with beautiful multi-storied Long Market at its centre, and bourgeois architecture at every turn. Tall townhouses line the river front, each worth appreciating as much as the view out across the water, and the sea-side feel extends back into the city. Wealthy merchants have left a lasting mark on the city, creating a real sense of opulence and extravagance that has attracted incredible restaurants and bars and entices visitors back year after year.

Facts in brief

Capital Warsaw
Airport Warsaw Chopin Airport
Size 312,696 km²
Population 38 million
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